You are about to take an exciting trip back in time to the court of King Ahasuerus and his beautiful Jewish wife Queen Esther. The time is the 4th century B.C.E. and Persia is one of the most powerful nations in the Middle East with its beautiful capital Shushan a jewel in the crown of King Ahasuerus. Life is not easy for the people of Shushan, but it is dignified. Craftsmen enjoy protection of property. Merchants are free to trade with faraway countries. Everyone enjoys peace and harmony, except the treacherous Haman, the King’s chief adviser. He is jealous of the Jewish population of Persia, who are successful merchants and skilled craftsmen. One day he decides to exterminate all Persian Jews. Queen Esther and her wise uncle Mordechai thwart his treacherous plot. Jewish victory over Haman is now widely celebrated by all Jews during the holiday of Purim. Parental guidance is suggested for children under 13 years of age.
Officail website: Purim: The Lot